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Ity for the country became everyone’s dream Over the years his “Village Voice” column in London’s  Daily Telegraph observed his village’s gradual evolution from a place where people lived from cradle to grave into a dormitory haven for car borne commuters Now in The Green Lane to Nowhere his touching freuently hilarious chronicle can be enjoyed by a wider audience Here is the Methodist chapel that became an auto showroom

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➷ The Green Lane to Nowhere The Life of an English Village Free ➭ Author Byron Rogers – Citybreakscheap.co.uk Byron Rogers moved to Blakesley in Northamptonshire long before fleeing the city for the country became everyone’s dream Over the years his “Village Voice” column in London’s  Daily TelegraphThe summer gala where the author bought his neighbor’s shirts his elevation to heady civic The Green PDFEPUB or responsibility as Warden of the Paths and the pathos of the village’s oldest resident finally having to uit her ancestral home It is an enchanting book that will appeal to anyone who has ever dreamed of leaving the metropolis behind Byron Rogers is the author of An Audience with an Elephant

eBook ´ The Green Lane to Nowhere The Life of an English VillageRead ë Byron Rogers Byron Rogers is a Welsh journalist essayist Lane to MOBI ó and biographer In August the University of Edinburgh awarded him the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for the best biography published in the previous year for The Man Who Went Into the West The Life of RS Thomas The Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams said of the book Byron Rogers's lively and affectionate biography is unexpectedly ev.

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  • Penny

    eBook ´ The Green Lane to Nowhere The Life of an English VillageRead ë Byron Rogers The Green Lane to Nowhere The Life of an English VillageA bittersweet selection of articles written by Rogers about his home village in Northamptonshire I enjoyed his style of writing just on the right side of curmudgeonly honest and with a wry humour He doesn't glamorise the rural life and often mourns the past even though he knows that in many ways the old style of doing things was not good unless you were the Suire of courseHowever despite the articles only being written in the 1980s and 1990s the book felt incredibly dated I guess he is writing before the internet really started to affect people's lives working or otherwiseAn example is that Rogers bemoans the fact that he is practically the only working man in the village during the week as all the other men have left for the nearest towns in their 'executive cars' Nowadays no doub


  • Teresue

    eBook ´ The Green Lane to Nowhere The Life of an English VillageRead ë Byron Rogers The Green Lane to Nowhere The Life of an English VillageOne of the best books I read in 2011 So good I blogged about it


  • Reena

    eBook ´ The Green Lane to Nowhere The Life of an English VillageRead ë Byron Rogers The Green Lane to Nowhere The Life of an English VillageWho knew one small village could hold so much history?